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Pensacola (Fla.)--Railroads--1860.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Innerarity-Hulse Papers II

 Collection — M1966-03
Identifier: M1966-03-##mkc
Abstract 18th and 19th century documents and correspondence relating to the Innerarity and Hulse families. The papers of brothers John and James Innerarity relate primarily to affairs of the Panton, Leslie company of Pensacola. Other documents of the 1820s and 1830s touch upon the career of Dr. Issac Hulse, Chief Medical Officer for the U.S. Navy West Indies Squadron, based in Pensacola. NOTE: See Inventory 66-1 (original Innerarity–Hulse...
Dates: Created: 1780-1906; Other: Date acquired: 09/26/1966

Richardson, Creel, Collection

 Collection — M1983-14SC
Identifier: M1983-14SC
Scope and Contents Photocopies of research materials concerning Conecuh County, Alabama, 1814-1877, including letters (1844-1860) of James Jones about life in Conecuh, the 1860 Presidential election, cotton business, and activities in Pensacola. Other materials cover the Battle of Horseshoe Bend and Fort Jackson (1814), Fort Pickens (1861), a biography of Dr. George Columbus Reynolds, and a history of the Perote area, Pike County, Alabama.
Dates: Created: 1814-1877; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1983